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Getting Down to Business: DVC Business Students Excel at Virtual State Business Leadership Conference

Jun 15, 2020

DVC’s future business leaders showcased their skills at the 2020 State Business Leadership Conference, held in April. Participants were members of DVC’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), the college level of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). “Our chapter has been active since 2007 and is the largest, most active club on campus. We are also the largest PBL chapter in the state and the fourth largest in the country,” said Carolyn Seefer, business professor and faculty advisor for PBL.


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First Annual GĀNBĒI Speakers Chinese Speech Contest Online

Jun 1, 2020

Students from Diablo Valley College participated in the First Annual Gānbēi Speakers Chinese Speech Contest, which took place online!


Contra Costa County School Districts Announce 2020-2021 Teachers of the Year

May 20, 2020

Diablo Valley College would like to congratulate Thomas Barber for being recognized as one of the 2020-2021 Contra Costa County Teachers of the Year. Tom is a professor of English at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California.


DVC Administrator Chosen for National Presidential Fellowship for Community College Leaders

May 4, 2020

Dr. Mary Gutierrez, Vice President of Instruction at Diablo Valley College (DVC), is one of 40 leaders selected for the 2020-21 class of the Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship. This highly respected national leadership program prepares the next generation of community college presidents to transform institutions to achieve higher and more equitable levels of student success.


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Industry Partners Help DVC Prepare Students for the Middle-Skill Jobs of Tomorrow

Dec 1, 2019

The Bay Area will account for 22 percent of California’s middle-skill jobs. That’s according to the Centers of Excellence for Labor Market Research. It’s also expected that the labor force will not be able to meet the needs of this job market within the next three years. Colleges can be armed and ready to face these challenges.




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